For those who use Steam, you can get the game Republique and and its VR version for free! The game is also being given away on the Oculus store for Rift and Quest users. It’s believed that the games are being made free for the 10th anniversary of the developer, Camouflaj. The game was originally a mobile title, but was ported to other platforms such as PC and VR over time. The game received mostly decent reviews, with its episodic releases on iOS receiving mid to high 70s on Metacritic. The developer was also entrusted by Marvel and Sony to make Iron Man VR for the PlayStation VR, a game that was used as a showcase for Sony’s VR headset and has since been bundled in with many versions of the headset. As of right now, it’s unclear what the developer’s next game is, but it’s believed that they’ll be working on more VR titles. Regardless, it’s hard to turn down free games. Even if you don’t want to play it right now, you never know when you might get bored and want to try something new, so it’s worth adding to the library!
It’s effectively two games for free thanks to Steam; they are totally free games. Because of its incredible storefront, Steam has a reputation as one of the greatest places to play PC games. The store does a pretty excellent job at reducing them and reasonably pricing some of the top games available, in addition to having thousands of amazing titles. It’s a good store that consistently offers its customers a great value, even though some of the games are perhaps a little overpriced (such as Call of Duty games from many, many years ago that are still $59.99). Since the introduction of the Steam Deck, which enables players to take
Call of Duty is now adding another beloved 80s film to its roster in the form of The Terminator. A new trailer has been released to highlight the new crossover packs coming to the game on August 1st. The two packs feature the T-800 (Arnold himself) and the T-1000 (the motorcycle cop) as well as new weapons and cosmetic items. The trailer highlights the epic action of the Terminator franchise and how the skins seem to change and have some unique animations. The packs are estimated to cost about $20 a piece, as is typically the standard for these kinds of Call of Duty packs. You can view the trailer below.
Call of Duty has revealed a new trailer for the new crossover with The Terminator. Call of Duty has a reputation for crossovers now after seeing Fortnite go wild with its IP toy box. After years of seeing Marvel, DC, Star Wars, and other iconic franchises joining the Fortnite universe, Call of Duty decided it should take a crack at it with Call of Duty: Warzone. Of course, there were a few crossovers in the days of Call of Duty: Ghosts which featured the likes of the Predator and Michael Myers, but Warzone took it to the next level by changing the maps to sometimes fit with the crossovers. Call of Duty: Warzone’s Verdansk map featured a crossover with the Die Hard and Rambo films, transforming the skyscraper downtown into Nakatomi Plaza and some of the military installations into places from the Rambo movies.
Of course, it should be noted that Call of Duty: Warzone is seemingly being rebranded to Call of Duty: Warzone Legacy later this year. This is likely because Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Warzone 2 will release by the end of 2022 and it won’t carry over any of your existing inventory. That means if you want to use these Terminator skins, they’ll likely be relegated to Vanguard and Warzone 1 exclusively.